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This Week’s Classifieds: August 29, 2012

August 29, 2012 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

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EVENTS:

BREAD ‘N JAM Day plus - Hear the story of Nebr. aviatrix Evelyn Sharp, from Ord, who served her country in WWII.  Sept.8, 2 p.m., Pioneer Church, 4th and Hwy 275, Free admission. Sponsored by the Antelope Co. Historical Society. 47-48c

WANTED:

WANTED: GRAIN and rock hauling needs.  Beckman Lumber, Inc. 402-843-2131.  14tfc

HELP WANTED:

JOB OPENING: COOK/DIETARY AIDE  Competitive wage and benefits.  Contact HR or send resume:  Antelope Memorial Hospital, Box 229, Neligh, 68756, mschwager@amhne.org, 887-6217, Fax 887-4092  EOE   47-48c

FULL-TIME farm help. Irrigated row crops. Tractor driving. CDL helpful. Retirement and fringe benefits available. Brunswick. 402-582-3711 or 402-649-0355.         47c

JOB OPENING: HOUSEKEEPER Competitive wage and benefits. Contact HR or send resume:  Antelope Memorial Hospital, Box 229, Neligh, 68756, mschwager@amhne.org, 887-6217, Fax 887-4092  EOE   46-46c

HELP WANTED: 2 PT positions. Must be 19 years or older. Call 402-843-2444 or 402-380-4473 or stop by Park Center Daycare, 202 Bowen Str, Elgin. 46-47c

FULL TIME positions available for Shop Mechanic, Pen Rider  and General Farm Help.  Health and other benefits available, Niewohner Feedlot, Elgin  402-843-5671.         44tfn

BARTENDERS/WAITRESSES wanted. Call Tom at 402-843-2167 or apply at The Steel Steed Steakhouse & Saloon, Elgin.                 32tfn

FOR SALE:

FOR SALE: 8’x8’ white insulated steel garage door, railings included. Slight hail damage. $175 or best offer. 402-843-5300, ask for Dean.    47c

FOR SALE: The second printing of Young N Lively cookbooks has arrived!  Copies  are $20 (includes tax: add $5 per book to have mailed to you) and are available at the Elgin Pharmacy, Total Image Salon & Spa, the Elgin Review or by contacting chairperson Michele Reicks at 402-843-5440.    33c

SERVICES:

PASSPORT PHOTOS: Official U.S. and foreign passport and Visa photos available here. Available in under ten minutes. $10 plus tax. Appointments highly recommended. The Elgin Review, 116 South 2nd St, Elgin NE. 402-843-5500.    1tfn

CALL US for fresh flowers, plants, balloon bouquets. Will deliver to Elgin. Flower Corner, 402-887-4441 or 1-800-590-2384.                    1tfc

FOR RENT:

FOR RENT: Smith’s Storage Buildings, Elgin. Clean, dry and secure. Sizes 8’ x 16’ and up to 12’ x 24’. Prices start at $28/month. Contact Lee or Marie Smith. 402-843-2391.                   1tfc

CARD OF THANKS:

The Julius Turner family wishes to thank all who sent flowers or cards or attended the funeral service at St. Pius Church in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Sincerely,

Bonnie Turner & family

 

We would like the thank everyone for the many cards and congratulatory wishes we received  for our 40th wedding anniversary. All were appreciated.   We have been blessed to spend almost all of that time in this community.

Vince and Patricia Spieker

Dear Elginites and friends – thank you, thank you for the great card shower that I received for my 80th birthday. It is so warming to be remembered by so many. I even had a card shower from my daughter’s school in Georgia. It was fun and really appreciated. Small town America is the greatest. Thank you!

Delbert Heithoff

Thank you to everyone for the calls, visits, cards and flowers while I was hospitalized. A special thank you to the Elgin EMTs who assisted me. Everything was so appreciated.

Sally Beckman

Thanks for the visits, cards and food brought to the house and especially the prayers when I had surgery. All were appreciated.

Mary Jane Henn

Thank you to this great community for the many prayers, cards, visits, telephone calls, flowers, and food shared with our family since my accident. Thanks also to everyone who stayed with us in Omaha and helped in any way at the lumber yard. Your kindness and support was much appreciated.

Brian Beckman

Ron & JoAnn Beckman family 

 

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Richard L. “Dick” Demerath

August 29, 2012 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

Richard L. “Dick” Demerath
1954 - 2012
Funeral services for Richard L. “Dick” Demerath, age 58 of Plainview, Nebraska, were held Monday, August 27, 2012, at Zion Lutheran Church in Plainview. Reverend Jonathan Meraz officiated, with burial in the Danish Cemetery, rural Plainview.
Brockhaus Funeral Home of Creighton, Nebraska, was in charge of arrangements. Dick died Wednesday, August 22, 2012, at Avera Creighton Hospital in Creighton.
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Richard LeRoy “Dick” Demerath, son of John P. and Angline (Braband) Demerath, was born on May 22, 1954 at Plainview, Nebraska. Dick attended District 19 and St. Ludger Academy through 9th grade, and graduated from Plainview High School.
On October 24, 1992 he was united in marriage to Linda Doerr at Zion Lutheran Church in Plainview. Two children were born to them: Brent John and Marie Jean. Dick lived his entire life on his family farm six miles west of Plainview. He farmed, milked cows, and also backgrounded feeder calves. Dick was known for his good nature, his humor, and his love of John Deere tractors. He loved his family with every bit of himself and farming and the love of the land ran through his veins.
Dick was a member of Zion Lutheran Church, Crawford Township Board, FFA Alumni, Stewardship Committee at Zion, and a past member of AMPI board. He passed away August 22, 2012, at Avera Creighton hospital at the age of 58, following a brief illness.
Dick is survivors include his wife Linda; his son Brent; daughter Marie; sister, Ruth (Alvin) Risinger; nieces and nephews, Nancy (Rodd) Paul, Neil (Sophie) Risinger, Leonard Risinger, and Linda Risinger; great nephew, Wyatt Paul; his mother-in-law, Phyllis Doerr; brothers-in-law, Dwain and Leroy Doerr; as well as a host of extended family and friends.
He was preceded in death by his grandparents; parents; and father-in-law, Martin Doerr.

Wolfpack Volleyball Team Ready For Season To Begin

August 29, 2012 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

For the girls on the Elgin Public-Pope John volleyball team, the season starts Thursday. When it will end is entirely up to them.
The Wolfpack volleyball team was hit hard by graduation, losing three starters on a team which finished 11-17. Returning starters are Chelsi Mescher (outside hitter/setter), middle hitter Marin Heithoff and middle blocker Stephanie Bode. Also back is letterwinner Courtney Schumacher who was a defensive specialist last year.
Coach Tina Thiele-Blecher, entering her third season at the helm of the Wolfpack, said last week there is plenty of work to be done and the girls have practiced well heading into the season opener Thursday night at Stuart.

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Wolfpack Crush Cardinals 36 to 0 in Opener

August 29, 2012 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

RANDOLPH — On a night when the weather didn’t know what to do, the Elgin Public-Pope John Wolfpack wasted little time in establishing once again its’ dominance on the gridiron, defeating Randolph 36 to 0.
The sun tried to shine, the clouds tried to produce rain, but to no avail on this Friday night, the opening night of the football season. The Wolfpack, on the other hand, knew exactly what they wanted to do and did it despite some first-game jitters for a number of new starters.
On their first possession of the game the Wolfpack lit up the scoreboard when I-back Austin Heying took a pitch from quarterback Ross Schindler and went 39 yards. Most of that run had the Cardinals eyeing his backside as Heying ran away from the Cardinals’ tacklers with surprising ease.
Going into the season, the offense looked to be in good shape. But the Wolfpack defense had some question marks. How would they handle a bigger Cardinals’ offensive line? The answer, not a problem. Randolph showed little in the way of a running game, despite a significant size advantage up front. The Wolfpack held the Cardinals to a three-and-out on their first possession.

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Poll: Majority Want Pipeline Away From Sandhills, Aquifer

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A majority of rural Nebraskans support construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline but want it built on a route that avoids the Sandhills and the Ogallala aquifer, according to the Nebraska Rural Poll.
The 17th annual University of Nebraska-Lincoln poll was sent to 6,350 households in Nebraska’s 84 nonmetropolitan counties in March and April. Results are based on 2,323 responses.
The poll included several questions related to recycling, land and natural resource priorities and the controversial Keystone pipeline, slated to be built to transport crude oil from Canada to Texas refineries.
Only 13 percent of respondents said they thought the pipeline should not be built because the environmental risks outweigh the economic benefits. Sixty-one percent disagreed with that position. Sixty-five percent, however, agreed the pipeline should be built along an alternative route that avoids the environmentally sensitive Sandhills and Ogallala aquifer; 15 percent disagreed. The currently planned route does avoid the Sandhills but it would go through some still-sensitive terrain and over eastern reaches of the Ogallala.

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